Animal bone souvenir with an inscription acquired by a Kindertransport refugee
1942 February 14
- Object Type
Bone carving (lcsh)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection
Souvenir animal bone acquired by Ullrich Remak. It has an inscription “Souvenir from Birkenward Hostel, 14. II. 1942" where Ullrich stayed after being sent to Scotland from Germany on a Kinderstransport (Children's transport) in 1939.
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Also in Ullrich Remak collection
The collection consists an animal bone souvenir, correspondence, documents, drawings, and newsletters related to experiences of Ullrich Remak during the Holocaust when he emigrated from Breslau, Germany, to Scotland on a Kindertransport in 1939, his subsequent life at the Birkenward Hostel in Skelmorlie, Scotland, and efforts by his mother, Nanni Remak, to emigrate from Germany to Palestine.
Correspondence, drawings, personal identification documents, immigration documents, newsletters, and other documents related to the immigration of Ullrich Remak from Breslau, Germany to Scotland on a Kindertransport in 1939, his subsequent life at the Birkenward Hostel in Skelmorlie, Scotland, and efforts by his mother, Nanni Remak, to emigrate from Germany to Palestine.